I am proud to be featured in several news stories as well as a source for others. Links below. For recorded interviews, please see Audio & Video.
Interviews & Profiles
Articles about and interviews with me on my life and work as a Black scientist, public intellectual, and literary editor.
Essence Magazine 15 Black Women Who Are Paving the Way in STEM and Breaking Barriers (February 2018 print issue)
- Huffington Post Meet The 63rd Black Woman In American History With A Physics Ph.D.
DISCOV/HER 5 Amazing Women Astronomers You Should Know
The Daily of the University of Washington Less than 200 black American women have ever received doctoral degrees in physics
Spark Plug Labs 31 Days of Awesome Women: Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, PhD: A Day in the Life of an Astrophysicist
African American Intellectual History Society Blog Black Intellectual History and STEM: A Conversation with Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
The Setup Chanda Prescod-Weinstein Uses This
Hello Beautiful These 73 Gorgeous Black Female Scientists Inspire Us & The World
Publisher's Weekly The 'Offing' Looks Ahead After Editor Resigns
Women Who Submit Behind the Editor's Desk: Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
Room Magazine #LitMagLove: The Offing's Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
Writer's Chronicle Interview about The Offing (December 2016)
Press featuring my commentary
Press featuring my commentary on science, society, and the spaces in between.
FiveThirtyEight How Big Is Space? Check Back In A Few Billion Years
Astronomy Magazine Could Dark Matter Really Be First Generation Black Holes?
Washington Post Women of Color Face Staggering Harassment in Science
The Establishment On Police Brutality, Who Are We To Believe?
Astronomy Magazine Fighting for Visibility
Jackson Free Press Making Their Own Space
Elle Magazine Advice to Malia Obama on How to Make the Most of Harvard
Live Science Are the Nobel Prizes Missing Female Scientists?
Publishers Weekly The Offing Looks Ahead After Editor Resigns
Los Angeles Times #IStandWithAhmed Lesson: Curiosity is for white kids
Smithsonian.com Why The Universe Needs More Black and Latino Astronomers